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Indigenous knowledge-holders explore health in a pandemic – Cabin Radio

May 22, 2020 Tłı̨chǫ Elder Nora Wedzin remembers the tuberculosis epidemic in the early 20th century. Wedzin, from Behchokò, was taken from her community as a young girl to receive…

Post-COVID-19 ‘new normal’ must not leave First Nations behind – CFN

In this op-ed published in The Province, CFN President Marilyn Slett writes that COVID-19 has highlighted the obstacles to economic growth facing remote coastal communities, including: access to high-speed broadband…

Kugluktuk High School set to lose many teachers – Nunatsiaq News

“I’m so sad to see a once-proud school, the home of the legendary Grizzlies, brought to such a sad state” Kugluktuk is facing a big exodus of teachers: five by…

Pandemic shouldn’t impede meaningful Indigenous engagement on Ring of Fire – Policy Options

The Impact Assessment Agency must consider meaningful engagement with First Nations and the public as regional assessment planning forges ahead. Ontario’s “Ring of Fire” is a disputed deposit of minerals…

Environment monitoring suspended for Alberta energy industry – National Observer

May 22nd 2020 Recent environmental monitoring exemptions for the oilsands have been broadened to include Alberta’s entire energy industry. The Alberta Energy Regulator says the decisions, posted Wednesday on its…

Beausoleil First Nation delays election for at least six months – simcoe.com

Community poll didn’t support June election due to coronavirus concerns Beausoleil First Nation will not be holding a June election as expected due to safety concerns around the coronavirus. The…

Northern tourism, fishing lodge industries hope to salvage summer season as travel restrictions loosen – CBC

Premier signaled travel restriction above 53rd parallel may soon be lifted, though no firm date released May 22, 2020 Monster lake trout, pike and pickerel lure anglers to northern lake…

MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq hopes pandemic has changed what public views as essential – APTN News

May 21, 2020 Grocery clerks and postal workers have been vital but will they post-pandemic? NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq says the novel coronavirus pandemic has proven to everyone that jobs…

Headrick joins New Brunswick squad for final season of university eligibility – Anishinabek News

May 22, 2020 GARDEN RIVER FIRST NATION— Jana Headrick will be resuming her university hockey career. But the 21-year-old Garden River First Nation member will not be returning to the…

Inuvik’s annual Arctic market will start on time during National Indigenous People’s Day weekend – CBC

Location moving to Midnight Sun Complex’s gym parking lot May 22, 2020 Inuvik’s annual summer Arctic market will be starting during National Indigenous People’s Day weekend, like it does every…

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